Mangaluru: A farewell felicitation function was organized on Tuesday August 30 at 4.00 pm at the Academy Hall to thank Sr Aileen Mathias, chief nursing officer of Father Muller Medical College Hospital for her long-standing service in her various capacities for over 27 years.
Fr Richard Coelho, administrator of the hospital welcomed the gathering. In his welcome address he appreciated Sr Aileen for her dedicated and meritorious services to the hospital as well as welcomed the new CNO, Sr Janet D’Souza and wished her well.
In the presidential message the director, Fr Patrick Rodrigues, placed on record the exemplary services of Sr Aileen to this institution for the past 27 years also stating that she was an asset to them. He also mentioned that she has been instrumental in preparing the nursing manual which has been appreciated by all the hospitals in and around Karnataka. The director congratulated her on her many achievements and wished her well in her future assignments.
Mary Lasrado, nursing superintendent read the citation in appreciation of Sr Aileen Mathias which was followed by the honouring ceremony by the management. This was followed by farewell songs and a short video on Sr Aileen.
Sr Aileen thanked the management for giving her the opportunity to serve in this institution for many years. She also thanked all the staff with whom she worked for helping her to serve there with dedication.
The programme came to a close with Dr Uday Kumar, medical superintendent proposing the vote of thanks and thanking the management and all present for gracing the occasion.
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